Might as well ask since didn´t even find offers for these but:
Intel® Core™ i5-4210M (3MB Caché, 3.20 GHz?)
Windows® 7 Professional, 64-bit
39.6cm (15.6) HD (1366x768) Anti-Glare LED
4 GB1 DDR3L a 1600 MHz
SSD 500GB 5400 RPM
Graphics AMD Radeon HD 8690M 2GB GDDR5
3 years ProSupport
$1311, is it worth it?
this one looks nice too:(although don´t know if as fiable as 6540 as is a new model and can´t see the difference)
http://www.dell.com/us/business/p/latitude-e5540-laptop/pd the $1115 one
If you are buying a new laptop, get one with Windows 8.1 Pro. Full support for Windows 7 ends in January, which is a mere two months away.
You may also want to consider getting a Microsoft Surface. It's better than a laptop.
The Surface has a USB port that can be connected to a keyboard if you like. It's designed to be portable and lightweight, so a big, clunky mechanical keyboard is really not optimal for the design of the machine.
False. Microsoft will support Windows 7 for about a decade, just the same way it supported Windows XP for over a decade. The operating systems become deprecated as software and hardware changes. Innovation is needed, and that's why new Microsoft Windows operating systems are made.
Get this instead.
12" with 1080p, touch, i7, 128GB SSD, 8GB RAM, and half as thick for $1100.
I guarantee you that the E7240 is just as modifiable and reliable as the 5000 and 6000 series.
You can call it planned obsoletion if you want, but it sounds like to me Microsoft is being responsible and cutting off support to deprecated OSes early, unlike their business clients that like to hang on to deprecated software for decades on end.
Maybe it's just less work to not support older OSes.
My updates are automatic. "I" didn't make any decisions about whether or not I needed it. MS thought I needed it. Just Bing why they released P1.
>1 hour battery life
>meant for portability
>Fucking autism. It's fucking food meant for nutrition. If you actually eat prison gruel every day, you would know it's not that bad.
Is there a reason Windows 7 is depreciated? It is still the fan-favorite, the most used desktop OS in the world, generated record-breaking PC sales, and is used in many industries for it's simplicity and reliability.
Don't get me wrong. If Windows 10 comes out without any problems or stupid bullshit and is a down-to-earth desktop OS like XP and 7 is, I'll drop Windows 7 in a heartbeat.
>>yes, I have used it
> >no u eat shit 1366x768 sucks
> you are retarded.
>Anonymous 11/29/14(Sat)19:58:51 No.45386902 ▶
> >>45386843 (You)
agreed, chrome books are shit
Will take notice of the
Price is too high as expected, but even if hesitant to spent $1000 on it, it seems sorta fair
SSD 500GB 5400 RPM(should be around 7000 I guess) , it seems to weight in the price too
1600*900 Is it? I still will buy 15´6 though that doesn´t change(maybe 17)